William Gerhardi

Standard Name: Gerhardi, William


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Family and Intimate relationships Olivia Manning
Though her biographers say she was still in love with Reggie Smith after the end of the second world war, OM had by then had various brief affairs. One with John Mair , detective-story writer...
Friends, Associates Stella Benson
SB , recently re-established in London, met there May Sinclair , William Gerhardi , and Rose Macaulay .
Grant, Joy. Stella Benson: A Biography. Macmillan.
Friends, Associates Theodora Benson
TB enjoyed a wide circle of friends both literary and non-literary. The former included Rose Macaulay and Howard Spring . She met her future collaborator Betty Askwith (daughter of an old friend of her mother's)...
Friends, Associates Olivia Manning
OM 's friends included a number of fellow-writers: William Gerhardi , Ivy Compton-Burnett (whom she had first met before the war, at a party given by Rose Macaulay , and whose work she deeply admired),...
Literary responses Olivia Manning
Some initial reviews were critical, but OM was delighted when Elizabeth Bowen referred to her masculine impersonality.
Braybrooke, Neville, and Isobel English. Olivia Manning: A Life. Chatto and Windus.
Five years later William Gerhardi wrote that she here represents war in a compass so narrowed...
Textual Features Dorothy Whipple
DW also presents, with deliberate naivete, the ups and downs of her own career: her high points and failures of confidence. As her confidence grows, her narrative embraces funny anecdotes, moving moments, penetrating insights, and...


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